Locating Meaning in Organizational Learning: The Narrative Basis of Cognition

November 26, 1993
Ramkrishnan V. Tenkasi and Richard J. Boland Jr. call for a fundamental reorientation of our understanding of human cognition and its relation to organizational learning, a turn that sees the basic organizing principle of cognition as essentially narrative and not schematic or representational.

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